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Combination of two satyr masks and a peacock. Roman ringstone, 100 BC-100 Chalcedony. 1,6 x 1,3 cm Inventory number: I1549

Combination of two satyr masks and a peacock. x cm Inventory number:

A Victorian opal cameo ring, the oval opal carved in the form of a bearded man with Roman helmet, measuring approximately 19.5 x 13.5 mm, circa 1870

A Victorian opal cameo ring, the oval opal carved in the form of a bearded man with Roman helmet, measuring approximately x mm, circa 1870

Gillas, "Head of Olympic Zeus of Phidias," sardonyx, 1st Century BCE (Hermitage)

Gillas, "Head of Olympic Zeus of Phidias," sardonyx, Century BCE (Hermitage)

Rare Egyptian Blue Cylinder Seal, Mittonian (1500 BC - 1300 BC). Well carved, the scene portraying a bearded hunter wearing a short kilt with sword at his waist, bow and arrow raised as he stalks a grazing animal with a small lizard on its back, a bird behind with streamer in its beak, with standard and a large star in the field.  Cylinder seals are engraved, cylindrically shaped objects designed to be rolled into clay to leave impressions.

Egyptian Blue Cylinder Seal, Mittonian - Well carved, the scene portraying a bearded hunter wearing a short kilt with sword at his waist, bo.

HELLENISTIC CAMEO 6TH-1ST BCE  Poseidon and Athena in contest for the domination of Attica.

Hellenistic Cameo, BCE ~ Poseidon and Athena in contest for the domination of Attica.

This large intaglio gem shows a satyr, a follower of the wine god Bacchus. This gem was carved from red carnelian and dates from the early Roman Empire (1st or 2nd century AD).

This large intaglio gem shows a Satyr. This gem was carved from red carnelian and dates from the early Roman Empire or century CE) Now in the ‘Rijksmuseum van Oudheden’.

Ring Featuring a Roman Cameo Depicting the Head of Zeus Ammon  Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 100 AD to 300 AD

Ring Featuring a Roman Cameo Depicting the Head of Zeus Ammon - Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 100 AD to 300 AD Collection: Jewelry Medium: Agate, Gold Additional Information: The cameo is set in a modern 18 Karat gold ring.

A ROMAN CHALCEDONY MAGIC GEM   Circa 3rd Century A.D.   One side engraved with a pantheistic deity with four wings, a bird tail, and a frontal bearded human face, wearing an Egyptian atef-crown and holding Egyptian was-scepters, standing on the snake Ouroboros coiled into a circle that frames the letters IAW, the other side with the lion-headed snake Chnoubis on a plinth, framed by a lengthy inscription; mounted as a pendant in a modern gold setting

A ROMAN CHALCEDONY MAGIC GEM Circa 3rd Century A.D. One side engraved with a pantheistic deity with four wings, a bird tail, and a frontal bearded human face, wearing an Egyptian atef-crown and holding Egyptian was-scepters, standing on the snake Ouroboros coiled into a circle that frames the letters IAW, the other side with the lion-headed snake Chnoubis on a plinth, framed by a lengthy inscription; mounted as a pendant in a modern gold setting

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